"Facebook vs Facebook Lite"
?We are very familiar with Facebook and its features; actually the addiction fever of Facebook is now on the user nerves. It is the connection that imports real-time interaction with external user base integration through countless websites. Facebook in some cases overtake search traffic as the single biggest source that attract traffic from shared links, photos, and videos. On its own 5 billion pieces of content are shared on Facebook every week by exceeding user base of its interface. Due to low bandwidth in certain areas and customer easy handling, "Facebook Lite", as the name suggests, a scaled down version of regular Facebook was introduced, where the official literature stated as it was designed to "help you keep in touch with your friends more quickly and easily." The version certainly has a cleaner and simpler appearance, which provides for greater focus on posts. The improved placement of the "Profile", "Info","Chat" and "Inbox" buttons - top, center and bold is also admirable! Nevertheless, I recommend comparing both through going to the "Default Site" page that let me able to choose between regular Facebook and Facebook Lite. Regardless of whether to choose regular or lite, I suggest a blue bar will appear at the top of your Facebook that enables you to switch back and forth between the two versions. Simply, people are not satisfied using social networking tools when only sitting in front of a computer screen, but would rather use them to augment reality wherever they go to enhance in-person experiences. The social network is quietly rolling out a pair of beta services -- Facebook Lite and Facebook Classic - let the users select each opt to the design of your choice. The users will be able to select the Facebook interface that they're most comfortable with intent to both response to user feedback and adaptation in the product for different usage models and forward-looking feature opportunities". Facebook "Classic" has a lot of navigational elements and more data that make the site cluttered, in comparison to Facebook "Lite".